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NEW 9-1 Chem GCSE Paper 2 resources from C7-C15 inclusive

NEW 9-1 Chem GCSE Paper 2 resources from C7-C15 inclusive

ALL you need to cover from C8 rates to C15 Using our resources with all C9-10-11-12-13-14 in between!. This is a collection of resources to help you initially teach or review/revise differently the whole AQA Paper 2 GCSE chemistry course - or the chemistry bits of the combined science course. There are dozens of pwpts with loads of theory, thinking tasks, activities, questions. Also linked homework sheets and assessment sheets through each topic. One topic is also a self contained review booklet. Ideal for last few months and re focusing students prior to the exams.
iandavies554
New AQA GCSE Chemistry - Carbon Footprint

New AQA GCSE Chemistry - Carbon Footprint

Made for the New AQA GCSE Chemistry spec to be sat summer 2018. Main activity can be ran as an information circus/market place or the sheets could be condensed together and run as a more traditional research & write activity.
Runebeard
GCSE Chemistry Earth's Atmosphere full lesson (Edexcel 9-1 SC21a SC21b CC17a CC17b)

GCSE Chemistry Earth's Atmosphere full lesson (Edexcel 9-1 SC21a SC21b CC17a CC17b)

Full Lesson PowerPoint (with independent learning activity) sufficient to teach the GCSE 9-1 specification Chemistry lesson on Earth's early atmosphere and how it changed to the present composition. The resource is accessible for students, easy for teachers to follow and is appropriate for Combined and Triple Science classes, Foundation and Higher tiers. You will also need my FREE resource "SC21a-b Earth's Atmosphere cut & stick" from my shop.
OnSpecScience
Rocks Year 8 Topic- 5 full lessons (KS3 8H)

Rocks Year 8 Topic- 5 full lessons (KS3 8H)

This bundle is sufficient to teach Year 8 students the Key Stage 3 National Curriculum required learning on Rocks. The bundle includes five full lesson PowerPoints (containing equipment lists for suggested practicals) plus associated resources. Suggested teaching order: The Rock Cycle, Rocks and their Uses, Igneous and Metamorphic, Weathering and Erosion, Materials in the Earth. In theory there should be a lesson 8Hd (on Sedimentary Rocks) but the required learning for this is already covered in the Rock Cycle intro lesson.
OnSpecScience